Para-Normal: Episode 1

This episode is going to be a bit different, it will have several different segments over a period of time. I want to talk to you about paranormal experiences in my life and intuition or as I like to call them Para-Normal and how these things have brought me to where I am today. This is my normal.

Intro into Jord

Jörð (Old Norse: Jǫrð [ˈjɔrð]; “earth”) is the personification of earth and a goddess in Norse mythology. She is the mother of the thunder god Thor, and a sexual partner of Odin. Her name is often employed in skaldic poetry and kennings as a poetic term for land or earth.

Intro into Kali

Wild, naked, her tongue sticking out—an uncomfortable, feral image of force, bursting sheer power. She wears the most gorgeous jewelry—ornate bracelets and necklaces, and some amazing elephant-shaped earrings. There’s blood—that unsettling substance with which women are intimately familiar—everywhere on and around her: It drips from the severed head of a demon that she is holding…

Intro into Hecate

The dark goddess, the beautiful and mysterious goddess, the guide through the crossroads and into the afterlife. She is often depicted several different ways including but not limited to even being represented as the triple goddess herself.

The Witches Burr

The witches burr (also called witch balls, spike balls, and sweet gum balls) has been an integral part American Folk magic and Hoodoo for centuries. They are used as the base for amulets, charms, as alter icons, and for spell work. One look at the rows of sharp spikes says all you need to know. These are for protection magic. They are also used in several others ways and have a litany of properties. But before we look at the different magical uses for witches burr, let’s take a quick trail down biology lane. If you are a practicing witch, you’ll agree that it’s always good to understand as much as you can about any tree, plant, or living thing that you will incorporate into your personal practice or spell workings.

Well, Hello! Odin.

As some of my readers know, I started back into my practice slowly. Not really working with any deities at all, then all the sudden there were two that decided to be very loud in demanding my attention and for some time I have worked with Hecate and Freya, they are like bickering sisters at time but help to provide some much needed balance to each other. Jord also, let me know in her subtle yet kind way that she was also looking to be acknowledged. She is my humble Matron. Now with all this Femininity there is someone who has been very insistent that I acknowledge HIS presence lately.

Forced to pause

Oh life, how you are such a funny thing. You have a way of sneaking up on one and bringing everything to a screeching halt. I am sure you have noticed that all my postings abruptly stopped. It is not for my lack of wanting or trying. Nay. Not at all. I will try to explain what happened and why there was such a pause on everything we were doing for our family business and blogs.

Triple Goddess, Mother-Maiden-Crone

Triple Goddess, Three in One, 3 Faced Goddess [ She has many names and faces 😉 ]The Mother, The Maiden, The Crone.Represented throughout history to fit many different combinations of Goddesses, there is no right or wrong representation of this. There are people who believe there are a few Goddesses that do not need to be paired with others and represent the three in one all by themselves. Whichever you choose or if you choose a path that has one of these Goddesses who alone can be a three in one, that is your choice, your path ❤ There is no right or wrong, yes, I repeated myself, but I really want to drive that point home. Everyone’s path is unique & different, our journey’s are never the same, but will have some tiny glintz of commonality to them. It is up to us as witches of this day and age, to teach & learn from one another. ❤ With this being said, on to talking about the three phases of the Triple Goddess ❤

Intro into Lilith

Lilith, dark, powerful, full of sexuality & strength, is a deity that a lot of women are drawn to when they enter into witchcraft. She is often shrouded in controversy and at times very dark lore.

30 Thrifty Witchy Ideas

Witchcraft doesn’t require fancy, glittery wands, swords or chalices. Your altar doesn’t have to look like a scene from Game of Thrones (unless you want it to). In fact, there are everyday household items that most people have in their house that can be used in witchcraft. These household staples are just as powerful as…